Abaqus for beginners (Abaqus tutorial for civil engineering)
In the present Abaqus tutorial for civil engineering package, we have presented all the software skills that a civil engineer needs when he wants to use his/her engineering knowledge in computer-aided designing. Abaqus tutorial for civil engineering covers all you need to simulate concrete, reinforcements, buckling, frequency, damage, composite, cohesive and more topics. You can download the syllabus of this package here.
Hardening plasticity in Abaqus
In this package, hardening plasticity in the Abaqus software using Abaqus material models or UMAT subroutine or UHARD subroutine is discussed. It should be mentioned using a subroutine to define hardening could be more professional and this package tries to familiarize users with these subroutines for hardening definitions. So, if you want to write these subroutines for your customized project in the hardening plasticity field, I recommend you the "UMAT Subroutine (VUMAT Subroutine) introduction" and "UHARD Subroutine (VUHARD Subroutine) in ABAQUS".
Dam simulation in Abaqus
A dam is a large concrete or earthen barrier built across a river or other waterway to create a reservoir for storing water. Dams are critical infrastructure for providing water for irrigation, drinking, and hydroelectric power generation. However, they are also susceptible to damage from natural disasters and human-made threats, such as earthquakes, landslides, and terrorist attacks. Abaqus can predict the behavior of dams under different loading conditions, including earthquakes, floods, and explosions. It also can model the interaction between the dam, water, and soil, making it a comprehensive and powerful tool for dam engineering. In this package, you will learn how to model dams in different conditions, such as dam simulation subjected to earthquakes in interaction with water and soil and dam simulation subjected to an underwater explosion.
Tunnel simulation in Abaqus
Notice: This package will be available one week after purchase. A tunnel is an underground or underwater passage for transportation, utility lines, or water pipelines. Tunnels are critical infrastructure, and their safety and reliability are essential for ensuring public safety and the smooth functioning of society. Tunnel simulation involves using computer models to predict the behaviour of tunnels under different types of loading conditions, such as earthquakes, floods, or explosions. These simulations can help engineers and policymakers assess the safety and reliability of tunnels, identify potential failure modes, and develop strategies to mitigate risks. By using advanced simulation techniques, engineers can better understand the complex behavior of tunnels and design more effective and durable structures. Tunnel simulation is an essential tool for ensuring the safety and resilience of tunnels and the infrastructure they support. Some workshops are presented in this package to teach you how to simulate and analyze tunnels in Abaqus; two of these workshops are Damage analysis of an underground box tunnel subjected to surface explosion and Tunnel dynamic analysis subjected to internal blast loading using CEL method.
Rock simulation in Abaqus
Notice: This package will be available one week after purchase. Rock simulation is essential for evaluating the behaviour of rock masses under various loading conditions, such as earthquakes, landslides, and blasting. It enables engineers and geologists to assess the stability and integrity of rock structures, predicts potential failure modes, and develop effective mitigation strategies. Rock simulation is crucial in the design and planning of mining operations, tunnels, and underground constructions to ensure the safety and longevity of the structures. It also plays a vital role in assessing the seismic hazard of an area and evaluating the potential impact of earthquakes on the built environment. In this package, you will learn how to do an impact simulation on a granite stone using the JH-2 model; also an explosion simulation inside a rock for excavation purposes. You can learn more detail in the description of the workshops.
Acoustic simulation in Abaqus
The study of mechanical waves in gases, liquids, and solids, including issues like vibration, sound, ultrasound, and infrasound, is the focus of the physics subfield of acoustics. A shock wave is a sort of disturbance that propagates across a medium faster than the local speed of sound. In industry, we use acoustic loading in cases such as hydraulic forming, SONAR, seismology, acoustic emission, vibration analysis, engine testing, etc. In this package, you will learn how to model acoustic loadings and shock loadings in four workshops: Deformation behavior of a stiffened panel subjected to underwater shock loading, Acoustic method-based numerical simulation of the electro-hydraulic forming process, Failure modes of concrete gravity dams simulation exposed to an underwater explosion, and Simulation of hull Coupled acoustic-structural response subjected to an underwater explosion.
Water Simulation in Abaqus
Water is the primary component of the Earth's hydrosphere and the fluids of all known living things. Therefore, we build dams to store the water and transfer it through piping systems to use it for daily activities and produce energy. In industries, we use it as a cooler, solvent, hydroforming, cutting, etc. In this package, there are nine practical examples, such as the ones mentioned to teach you how to simulate water in Abaqus. These examples are explosions in the depth of the water, gravity dam simulation subjected to the underwater explosion, ball impact to the water, water jet cutting, etc.
Masonry wall Abaqus simulation
The term masonry can refer to the construction materials brick, stone, etc. An assembly of masonry units, such as concrete blocks, burnt clay bricks, sundried bricks, stone bricks, and natural stones, linked together with mortar or grout is referred to as a masonry wall. It is important to know how these structures behave under different loading conditions, such as explosion, tension, earthquake, etc. to have the best design. In this package, you’ll learn all of that in four workshops: Behavior of a masonry wall under a couple Eulerian-Lagrangian explosion, micro modeling of a masonry wall, modeling of reinforced bricks masonry beams using GFRP reinforcement, earthquake simulation over masonry wall.
Mohr-coulomb usage in Abaqus
A mathematical model called the Mohr-Coulomb theory describes how brittle materials, such as concrete or rubble piles, react to both shear stress and normal stress. This rule is followed by the majority of traditional engineered materials in at least some of their shear failure envelope. In this package, you will learn how to use this theory in four practical examples: Analysis of surface explosion damage to an underground box tube in ABAQUS, dynamic analysis of a tunnel in soil subjected to internal blast loading, An internal explosion-related numerical simulation of the behavior of a pipeline's damage mechanics, and for cases utilizing crashworthiness, simulate an Eulerian method to soil impact analysis.
Geostatic analysis in Abaqus
Geostatic Relates to the pressure exerted by the earth or similar substance. Total stress at a point due to the combined weight of the soil or rock (solids plus water) and the load on the foundation is called Geostatic stress. Geostatic analysis is used in cases such as earthquakes, designing a dam, analyzing the foundation of a structure, etc. In this package, three workshops are presented to learn the Geostatic analysis: The first workshop analyzes a water column broke under the weight of gravity, the second workshop simulates an earthquake load over a gravity dam in contact with water and dirt, the last workshop models cylindrical tank's water sloshing phenomenon.
Foam simulation in Abaqus
Foam is a type of expanded plastic and rubber produced by forcing gas bubbles into a polymer material. It is a permeating, lightweight material. Along with corrugated packaging, foam fabric can protect goods during transportation. Foams, a novel family of ultra-light materials, have the capacity to undergo significant deformation at practically constant plateau stress, which allows them to absorb a significant amount of kinetic energy. In this tutorial package, you will learn how to analyze sandwich panels with an interior layer of foam, Foam-Filled Aluminum Tubes subjected to compressive loads, simulation of a reinforced foamed concrete beam, concrete-titanium foam panel explosion, etc. All of these cool practical examples with their complete tutorial videos are in this package which you can read their description below.
Abaqus Concrete structure Modeling Full Tutorial
The package includes 19 workshops on topics such as concrete, beam-column structures, composites, steel rebars, Ultra-High-Performance-Fiber-Reinforcement Concrete columns, CFRP bars, hollow-core square reinforced concrete columns wrapped, damaged concrete beams, High Strength Concrete(HSC),ECC/Concrete Composite Beam-Column Joints, circular concrete-encased concrete-filled steel tube (CFST) stub columns, and etc. Every tutorial includes all needed files and step-by-step English videos and is explained from A to Z. Package duration: +600 minutes